Author-date System - Content Notes

Content Notes

See also: The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers#Content notes

A content note generally contains useful information and explanations that do not fit into the primary text itself. Content notes may be given as footnotes or endnotes or even a combination of both footnotes and endnotes. Such content notes may themselves contain a style of parenthetical referencing, just as the main text does.

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